The day began with Judge William Walls denying a defense motion for a mistrial.
The defense says the judge's rulings favors the government's case, however the judge nixed a mistrial motion.
Reverend Reginald Jackson said in his 20 years as executive director of the New Jersey Black Ministers Council said he found Menendez to be "forthright and honest."
A task force of nurses, police officers, and parents of opioid overdose victims aim to connect with students to educate them and stem the opioid epidemic.
Menendez's advisor and friend Donald Scarinci testified about a $600,000 donation he solicited from Salomon Melgen.
A report by the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation shows an NJSPCA besieged by financial crises and failing to consistently respond to reports of animal cruelty.
Col. Rick Fuentes, who is rumored to be on the short list to replace the outgoing head of the Drug Enforcement Administration, stepped down today as the superintendent of the NJ State Police.
Gold watches were among gifts exchanged by Menendez and Melgen.
The defense had argued the bribery charges should be dismissed, because prosecutors don’t have a proverbial “smoking gun” and no explicit proof that Menendez agreed to perform an official favor ...
A new Pew Research Center report shows the U.S. is pulling back on resettling refugees even as the need remains high.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author explains eviction is the second leading cause to homelessness.
Rutgers students shared personal stories of sexual assault at the 'It's On Us' event.
After six weeks and more than 30 witnesses, the prosecution finally rested its case Wednesday.
Prosecutors used 37 email exchanges to show how busy Menendez's top staffers were trying to help Dr. Salomon Melgen.
The report has over 40 recommendations for combating the growing opioid crisis.